Out on the mudflat, mulling over mudthings. The tide is about to turn. Hitch up your pants now.
Those are some pretty intense photos of a remarkable skeleton! The whales are beginning to wander into the waters here in Atlantic Canada. Isn't it such an exciting time of year? ~karen
Karen, interestingly, this whale was from the Atlantic. It was found in PEI, and was buried there for 20 years. They dug it up to find it had not decomposed very much at all. The smell must of been unreal. It still, cleaned and treated and rearticulated, smells.
Thanks for the intro to the Beaty Biodiversity Museum. I'd never heard of it, but will definatly try and get out to the next free openhouse.
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